The Ronnie Wood documentary,Somebody Up There Likes Me, is coming to the U.S. -- virtually.
It will be available as a virtual cinema release from now through October at RonnieWoodMovie.com. The $11 purchase price will also give you access to a question-and-answer session with Woody director Mike Figgis.
And if virtual -- the pandemic definition for what all of a sudden watching programs on your computer or TV has become -- isn't your thing, then you can wait to watch the DVD or Blu-ray on your computer or TV when it's released on October 9th. These will be accompanied by a hardback book.
The film documents Woody's life before and during his time in The Rolling Stones, both onstage and off. It features interviews with Mick Jagger,Keith Richards and Charlie Watts, his Faces bandmate Rod Stewart, his wife Sally Wood and others.
Commenting on the film, Woody says, "I wouldn't change anything except I'd do it with my eyes open a bit more. I was in the hands of destiny all my life…and being in the right place at the right time."
Somebody Up There Likes Me was an official selection at both the 2020Tribeca Film Festival, which was canceled, and the 2019 BFI London Film Festival.
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